July - December 2010 • Sahuarita Parks & Recreation Program Guide
“Creating community through people, parks and programs!”
◗ WHERE ARE SAHUARITA’S PARKS?
Bigger & Better than Ever! pg. 7
◗ UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS pg. 3
CONTENTS 2 ............Director’s Note 3 ..............Special Events 4-6 ..................Programs 7 ..................... Our Parks
Parks & Recreation Department 375 W. Sahuarita Center Way Sahuarita, AZ 85629 Ph: 520-445-7850 or 520-822-8896 Fx: 520-445-7858 www.ci.sahuarita.az.us
Business Hours: Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm Times and dates are subject to change. Please contact the Recreation Department for changes and updates. To register for our programs please visit our website or walk into the Anamax Recreation Center, 17501 S. Camino De Las Quintas.
Town of Sahuarita Fiesta History
The 2010 Fiesta Sahuarita is expected to be bigger and better than ever. With over 6,000 in attendance in 2009, we are expecting even more this year. There will be 60 vendors, including food, non-profits, local businesses, games, and crafts. There will be live entertainment, local
group performances, inflatables for the youth, games and activities, and much more for all. The Sahuarita Teen Advisory Council will also be coordinating a skating competition at the skate spot on site during the event. The Fiesta Sahuarita Committee is dedicated to working hard to bring the community the greatest event of the year. The 2010 Fiesta Sahuarita will take place at Anamax Park on September 25, from 3-8 p.m. The Town of Sahuarita is very proud of this event, for it truly captures our vision: “Creating Community through People, Parks and Programs”
Valle Verde Rotary Club and the United Way of Tucson and Southern Pima County will kick off the 2010 Sahuarita Harvest your FitThis year the Town of Sahuarita ness Fall Challenge. Parks & Recreation Department, This challenge will promote exParks & Recreation Commission, ercise, fitness and better nutrition
for all participants in order to encourage and educate on living a healthy lifestyle and fighting obesity. For more information please visit our website at www.ci.sahuarita. az.us.
In 2004, the Town of Sahuarita was preparing to celebrate its tenth anniversary of incorporation. The Town Manager and Town Council agreed that this event should be a huge celebration marking the incorporation and looking to the future. The Town of Sahuarita Parks and Recreation Department took on the task and this was the birth of what is now called “Fiesta Sahuarita.” At its inception, Fiesta Sahuarita included a handful of government safety booths, a few local non-profit vendors, and some music and historical information. The Town provided free maps, the Sahuarita Magazine and gave t-shirts to the patrons. However, minimal participation and inclement weather challenged the Parks and Recreation staff. In 2004, long-time Sahuarita resident, Mayor Charles Oldham, who was also the Mayor during the time of incorporation, noted that nearly all of the 300 participants that participated were huddled in the main tent all in good spirits. He remarked that the patrons were enjoying the Town birthday cake as quarter size raindrops poured all around them. Soon after, the Town
of Sahuarita Parks and Recreation Department realized their biggest challenge for future Fiestas was going to be meeting the increasing demands of the community with a population explosion that more than tripled to over 25,000 local residents today.
2010 Fiesta Sahuarita
◗ 2010 FIESTA SAHUARITA 9/25 - 3-8 p.m. @ Anamax Park
◗ 2010 Sahuarita Harvest Your Fitness Fall Challenge
Sahuarita Parks & Recreation Program Guide • July - December 2010
DIRECTOR’S NOTE: Fall is fast on its way! We hope you have the chance to enjoy the annual Family Fun Night celebration on July 24th at North Santa Cruz Park. We will celebrate the achievements of those who participated in the Mayor’s Get Fit Challenge as well as showcased other family fun activities in celebration of National Parks & Recreation month. Remember to mark your calendars for Fiesta Sahuarita, the annual Town of Sahuarita birthday party, on September 25. This is one
party you will not want to miss! The six Town of Sahuarita parks make it fun to be outdoors, so I hope you will take the opportunity to explore all that they have to offer. Walking trails, ball fields, skate spots, fishing, and off leash dog parks are just a few of the many amenities our parks have to offer. At our Anamax Park Recreation Center, you can join one of our special interest classes, fitness programs, or adult sports leagues. Your youngsters can participate in one
of our many youth programs, including our dynamic After School program. We strive to offer programs that provide benefits of better health, socialization, coordination, and just plain fun. There is much to experience in Sahuarita’s wonderful parks and programs. Please take the time to explore our opportunities for yourself. Debbie Summers Town of Sahuarita Parks & Recreation Director
Town of Sahuarita Parks & Recreation Welcome Thank you for your interest in Parks & Recreation. For your convenience, most of our classes and programs can be registered and paid for online using our Activenet system. If it is your first time signing up for a program or class, you will need to set up your account. However, if you have registered for any Parks & Recreation programming before, our database should have
your information saved into the system. Registration for all our programs is ongoing and can be done via the internet at www.ci.sahuarita.az.us (just follow the Parks & Recreation link and click on Activities and Classes) or in person at Anamax Park Recreation Center at 17501 S. Camino de Las Quintas. Many of our programs fill up quickly, so please register ear-
ly. Registration fees are due at the fit your need! Please call 520-4457850 or come to Anamax Recreation time of registration. Center at 17501 S. Camino de Las Quinats to begin the reservation Parks & Ramada Rentals All six of our parks have Ramada process. Online reservations are not reservations available. Sports fields available at this time. are available for rent Anamax Park, Anza Trail Park, and North Santa Refund Policy Cruz Park. So whether you want to The Town of Sahuarita Parks & have a birthday party or host a family Recreation Department maintains a softball game, we have the facility to No Refund Policy.
Town of Sahuarita Parks & Recreation Commission The Parks and Recreation Commission meets the 1st Wednesday of every month at 6 p.m. at the Town Hall Council Chambers. The PRC is a seven member advi-
Dave Clark – Vice Chair Diane Huckins – Chair Person Gary Friedman – Commissioner Ben Vaterlaus – Commissioner Antwon Saunders — Commissioner
sory commission appointed by the sion has been in existence since Town Council. They advise the May 2004. Parks & Recreation Director on all The commission includes: things related to Parks and Recre- Laura Acosta – Commissioner ation in the Town. The Commis- Edward Hardesty – Commissioner
Sahuarita Teen Advisory Council STAC is an advisory committee of youth that brings teen issues to the attention of the Town of Sahuarita Council. This committee encourages teen involvement through an infused sense of leadership, citizenship, and involvement in the Town of Sahuarita. This will be accomplished through organized events, encour-
aging unity in the teen commu- Council includes: nity, and networking with other Justine Bacchus - Historian organizations. Ashle Cuestas The council meets the 1st and Abigail Field - Secretary the 3rd Tuesday of every month Donovan Hoover at 6:30 p.m. at the Town Hall Jermy Martin Council Chambers (meetings and Jessie Melvin dates are subject to change, please Alyssa Peters call to confirm meeting time and Justin Phillips date.) Paulina Pineda
Sonia Shaikh - Vice President Venus Soontornprueska - Treasurer Catherine Strode Vanessa Tena Schuyler Watson - President Advisors include: Debbie Summers Ken Ventura Melissa Hinkle Brittani Phillips - Volunteer
FOR PROGRAM REGISTRATION & INFORMATION CALL 445-7850 or go to www.ci.sahuarita.az.us - PARKS & REC DEPT LINK
A special thank you to the Green Valley News/Sahuarita Sun for producing this publication.
July - December 2010 • Sahuarita Parks & Recreation Program Guide
UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS ◗ Fiesta Sahuarita
◗ Canoe Days 8/7-8 • 9 a.m.-2 p.m. @ Sahuarita Lake Park This event will take place on August 7 & 8 at the Sahuarita Lake Park 9 a.m.-2 p.m. weather permitting. Canoe days is a FREE event and takes place on the south end of the Sahuarita Lake Park. Come and spend a few hours canoeing around the lake with friends and family. This event is in partnership with the Boy Scout Troop 301 and Rancho Sahuarita.
◗ Tucson Symphony Orchestra 10/2 & 11/6 10:30-11:30 a.m. @ Town Hall Just for Kids concert series – This once a month performance from the Tucson Symphony Orchestra brings to life magical children’s stories through the use of various instruments. Each month learn about a different section of the orchestra and listen to their story.
9/25 • 3-8 p.m. @ Anamax Park Be sure to attend the 16th annual Fiesta Sahuarita and enjoy our event which has grown into a community tradition. There will be contests, give-a-ways, numerous vendors, local food, performances, and much more.
◗ Pumpkin Patch & Chili Cook Off 10/23 • 11 a.m.-4 p.m. @ Rancho Sahuarita Clubhouse This event, in partnership with Rancho Sahuarita, brought in large crowds last year and is sure to do it again! Come and get your pumpkin for decorating and take a hay ride around the area. Make your own pot of chili and enter it in our cook off. There are prizes for the winners!
◗ Winter Festival 12/18 • 11 a.m.-4 p.m. @ Sahuarita Lake Park In partnership with Rancho Sahuarita, we present to you the third year of the Lake Park Winter Festival on December 18, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Come and get into the spirit of all things winter. Enjoy FREE ice skating, good food, and much more while Santa comes for a visit.
◗ Halloween Safehouse 10/29 & 30 • 5:30-9 p.m. @ Town Hall The Safehouse is brought to you in partnership with Green Valley Fire. The Safehouse is a two day, family friendly event and Halloween celebration. Come and enjoy our haunted house and carnival area. Kids can play games for prizes and candy. Food and drink will be available for purchase.
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YOUTH PROGRAMS ◗ Tots Program This program is for children ages 3-5. Tots focuses on exposing toddlers to a structured learning/play environment. This class is offered in two different sessions, Monday & Wednesday 9–10 a.m. or Tuesday & Thursday 9–11 a.m. at Anamax Recreation Center. Each session lasts six weeks.
◗ After School Program Our after school program is for children ages 6-12. This program runs from school dismissal to 6 p.m. We provide a safe and fun environment for children to participate in various recreational activities. The cost for this program is $175 per calendar month. This is a state licensed child care program, lic # CDC-11418.
◗ Summer Camp Our summer camp is for children ages 6-12. This program runs from Monday thru Friday, 8 - 6 p.m. Throughout the summer there will be field trips, special events, and weekly themes. This program is focused on providing a recreational outlet for kids during the summer months. Come all summer or just one session. July 12 – July 30 $100/wk - (openings still available)
Monday & Wednesday Aug. 9 – Sept. 15 $82.50 (11 classes) Sept. 20 – Oct. 27 $90.00 Nov. 1 – Dec. 8 $90.00 Tuesday & Thursday Aug. 10 – Sept. 16 $180.00 Sept. 21 – Oct. 28 $180.00 Nov. 2 – Dec. 9 $150.00 (10 classes)
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◗ Creative Dance
The Sahuarita Dance Center has designed their class for toddlers ages 3-5 to learn awareness about themselves and others. Children learn basic dance steps, coordination, rhythm, music, and socialization skills. This class is offered Mondays 10–10:45 a.m. at Anamax Recreation Center. ◗ Karate The Sahuarita Academy of Martial Arts LLC Each session lasts six weeks.
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◗ Sahuarita Story Time Parents, Grandparents, and Caregivers of young children ages 0 – 5 are welcome to our FREE Story Time. Engage your children in active learning by reading books and moving to music as well as participating in arts & crafts projects that build fine motor skills. This program is cosponsored with the United Way of Tucson and Southern Pima County. Story Time takes place every Tuesday morning 10:15-11 a.m. at the Sahuarita Town Hall and every Friday morning at Anamax Recreation Center 11-11:45 a.m.
◗ Itty Bitty Sports This sports program is for children ages 35. Itty Bitty Sports helps children learn basic introductory sports skills. Children improve hand-eye coordination, gross motor skills, and social skills. This class is offered on Friday mornings 10–11 a.m. at Anamax Recreation Center. Each session lasts six weeks. Aug. 13 – Sept. 17 $45.00 Sept. 24 – Oct. 29 $45.00 Nov. 5 – Dec. 10 $37.50 (5 classes)
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ADULT PROGRAMS ◗ Co-ed Softball League
◗ Fitness Classes All fitness classes are held at Anamax Recreation Center. There are classes in the morning 7:15-8:15 a.m. and/or 8:30-9:30 a.m. Evening classes are offered on Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30-6:30 p.m. A Fitness pass is $35 per month for unlimited classes, payments are due at the beginning of each month. Classes are subject to change. Current Class Descriptions: • Body Sculpting - This class is designed to help tone and sculpt muscles. Weights, bands, bars, and steps are used. • Yoga - This class is geared toward individual needs and ability. Class is focused on improving balance and flexibility • Interval -This class follows an interval format, with cardio then toning sets. Props may be used. • Step - This is a cardio based class which utilizes choreography and the step to get your mind and feet working together. • Latin Impact - This class is a high intensity workout geared to burn calories. This class may use props. • *NEW* Stability Training - This class focuses on using core muscles to work on balance and stability. Props will be used.
Tuesday & Thursday – Co-ed League Attention all softball lovers! The Town of Sa- Aug. 10 – Nov. 18 huarita will host the Fall Softball League on August 9, 2010 to November 18, 2010. This league ◗ *NEW* Co-ed Fall Volleyball League consists of two divisions: Men’s Slow Pitch and Is it too cold to hit the sand? Come join The Co-Ed Slow Pitch. The league and teams are Town of Sahuarita Parks and Recreation in its sanctioned by the Amateur Softball Association. first Fall Indoor Co-Ed Volleyball League. The There are twelve available slots open per divi- league will be held from October through Nosion, on a first come, first serve basis. The fee is vember. This is a 6 week long recreational league $300 per team for a 12 game season and a playoff. that will allow individuals to get out and have fun Games will be played at Anza Trail Park at 6:30, in the winter. Games are played on Tuesdays & 7:35 & 8:40 p.m. Players must be 18 years old or Thursdays at 6:30 & 7:30 p.m. (location TBA). older. Registration deadline: July 23. The fee is $90.00 per team. Each team is guaranMonday & Wednesday – Men’s League teed 6 games of league play. Players must be 18 Aug. 9 – Nov. 17 or older.
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SPECIAL INTEREST CLASSES/OTHER ◗ American Heart Association Classes All classes follow American Heart Association Guidelines. Each participant will receive a course completion card upon passing of the class. Please call Charles Glover at 520-2488226 or visit www.gloversafetytraining.com to register for classes. Classes are held at Anamax Recreation Center, class fee is $40. 1st Aide / CPR Saturday Aug. 14 12–4 pm Saturday Sept. 18 12–4 pm Saturday Oct. 16 12–4 pm Saturday Nov. 13 12–4 pm Saturday Dec. 11 12–4 pm Healthcare Provider Wednesday Aug. 11 9 am–1 pm Wednesday Sept. 22 9 am–1 pm Wednesday Nov. 10 9 am–1 pm
◗ *NEW* Ballroom Dance Ballroom dance classes for children ages 7-14. We will learn cha cha, samba, and rumba. Students will have fun while they improve coordination, social skills, leading and following, and, of course, proper ballroom technique. They will have the chance to perform locally and the option to enter a competition. All students will need ballroom or character shoes, and girls please wear skirts or leggings as well. Cost of the class is $50 per month for girls and $25 per month for boys. The first class will be on August 9, 2010 5:30–6:30 p.m. at the Anamax Recreation Center. Please contact Melissa Parry at 303-7298 or bravoballroomdance.com.
◗ Basic Dog Obedience Training This dog obedience training is provided by Central Pet in Amado. It is designed for dogs 4 months of age and older who have proof of rabies and other necessary shots. The training will cover basic commands, for example: lead training, sit-stay, down-stay, and to come when called. Your dog will also learn basic manners, not jumping up on you, and walking with a loose lead. The class is held at Quail Creek Veterans Municipal Park on Tuesdays. Sept. 21 – Oct. 19 $95.00 (Time TBA) Nov. 2 – Nov. 30 $95.00 (Time TBA)
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◗ Parenting Class Did you ever want to learn how to be less angry? How to handle yourself when your child just does not listen or how to encourage relationships within your family. The United Way of Tucson and Southern Pima County presents FREE parenting classes offered on Thursdays 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Anamax Recreation Center. These classes will provide you with the techniques needed to cope with anger, problem solving, discipline and much more. July 8 – August 12 September 9 – October 21 November 4 – December 16
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WHERE ARE SAHUARITA’S PARKS? 17501 S. Camino De Las Quintas Hours: 7 am-10 pm Anamax Park is a 23 acre park with 4 ramadas available for rent, 5 lighted sports fields, a skate spot, a sand volleyball court, an outdoor basketball court, public restrooms, a covered playground, and an acre dog park.
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◗ Anza Trail Park 15490 S. Rancho Sahuarita Blvd. Hours: M-F • 4-10 pm Weekends • 7 am-10 pm Adopted by: Sahuarita Teen Advisory Council Anza Trail Park is a joint venture park in cooperation with SUSD. This park has 3 lighted sports fields, 2 outdoor basketball courts, 2 tennis courts, a covered playground, public restrooms, a 1/2 mile walking trail, and 3 ramadas available for rent.
◗ North Santa Cruz Park
Helmet Peak Rd.
14455 S. Rancho Sahuarita Blvd. Hours: 7 am-10 pm Adopted by: Sertino’s Coffee & Ice Cream North Santa Cruz Park is the newest of our parks. This park contains 3 lighted sports fields, 4 ramadas available for rent, a covered playground, a skate spot, an outdoor basketball court, and public restrooms.
◗ Parque Los Arroyos
La Cañada Dr.
18225 S. Avenida Arroyo Seco Hours: Dawn-Dusk Parque Los Arroyos is a 7 acre neighborhood park. This park has 3 ramadas available for rent, a covered playground, an outdoor basketball court, a public restroom, and a walking path that surrounds the park with several more covered picnic/seating areas along the pathways.
◗ Quail Creek - Veterans Municipal Park
◗ Sahuarita Lake Park 15466 S. Rancho Sahuarita Blvd. Hours: Dawn-Dusk Adopted by: My Church Sahuarita Lake Park is a 15 acre park. This lake is part of the Urban Fishing Program. For more information regarding the rules and regulations, contact AZ Game & Fish or see the Town Park rules at www.ci.sahuarita.az.us. Surrounding the lake is a mile long trail with fitness stations, picnic areas, and restroom facilities. The lake is not for swimming. Only non-gas powered small watercraft are allowed. Amphitheater available for rent.
1905 N. Old Nogales Hwy. Hours: Dawn-Dusk This park’s first phase was built with Quail Creek Community Facilities District Funding. The park has a 2 acre dog park, covered playground, and covered picnic area. There are more acres to be constructed as funds become available. One ramada is available for rent.
◗ Adopt A Park The Town of Sahuarita Adopt-A-Park program needs your help! The Town’s budget for park maintenance has been revised and staff are no longer able resolve the growing problem of litter within the Town parks. In order to maintain a safe and environmentally friendly atmosphere, sincere community involvement,
ownership and commitment is needed. Please help maintain the parks pristine and beautiful environment that the Town staff has strived to achieve. To learn more about the Adopt-aPark program please visit our website at www. ci.sahuarita.az.us or contact the Parks & Facilities Manager at 822-8889.
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